Skull Base Surgery: When Smaller Is Better
Neurosurgeon Dr. Gary Gallia talks about minimally invasive endoscopic skull base surgery.
The Little Window Before Dementia
Marilyn Albert, Co-Director of the Johns Hopkins Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, is seeking to discover who is at risk for developing dementia and the benefits of early detection and treatment.
For Ataxia: No Longer Nowhere to Go
It has long been thought that there is no treatment for Ataxia, but Dr. Joseph Savitt, Director of the newly opened Ataxia Center at Johns Hopkins, disagrees.
When ALS Trials Are No Trial
Individuals with ALS are increasingly benefiting from participation in clinical trials.